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Re: Slides about Women in Free Software

2011/1/13 Don Armstrong <don@debian.org>:
> On Thu, 13 Jan 2011, Miriam Ruiz wrote:
>> 2011/1/13 Lars Wirzenius <liw@liw.fi>:
>> > A better solution than slides designed for indepent reading is to have a
>> > separate document for that. In many cases it can be just the outline one
>> > writes before making the slides. Indeed, making such an outline often
>> > results in a better presentation, and better slides. It is a little bit
>> > more work, of course.
>> That seems a good idea, I'll try to do it next time I have to do a
>> presentation :)
> I personally find that LaTeX beamer makes the interleaving of slides
> and notes easy (if you're a fan of LaTeX); I think OOo can do it too,
> but I've honestly never tried.

LaTeX is on my ToDo list, but it not really on the top ot the queue. I
want to learn it at some point, though. Thanks for the suggestion :)


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